A fate worse than dying (and the fact that you didn't)
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Image one: The first page of a digital comic about TommyInnit. It's starts with the Roman numeral for one, followed by the word "nowadays". Below, is Tommy and Tubbo, the latter wearing his president uniform. They're arguing, expressions angry but with tears in their eyes. The line accompanying them is "this traitor calls you anything but a friend". This is succeeded by a box with obsidian walls, but an open top, which has spruce trees poking out of it. A speech bubble is coming from it, stating "hereby exiled". To it's bottom left, there's a sign that says "public enemy #1". The page then continues with "(you forgive him as much as you can though", which is intercepted with a wooden plaque saying "President Tubbo", although the name is obscured by blood. There's an equally bloody pawn next to it. On the other side of it, there's a closeup of Tommy's hands holding a photograph. It shows Tubbo and Tommy on a beach, fashioned after one from their visit to Brighton. Behind this is an explosion, and a trail of smoke leaves it which shadows the whole page. It finishes the sentence with "because maybe in the fallout you've started to do the same)". The palette used is muted, but the blood is neon.
Image two: The second page of a digital comic about TommyInnit. It starts with the Roman numeral for two, and "the first time your soul visitor tells you those omnipotent words". These words surround an image of Dream, who has an off-kilter halo and is holding a stick of TNT in one hand, a diamond sword in the other. The way he's holding them is reminscient of a holy figure, and also Lady Justice. There's a speech bubble below saying "put your armour in the hole". Then, there's a drawing of both Dream and Tommy's head opposite each other. The former has a stick of TNT and the line "you look at him like he's slapped you" next to it Meanwhile, the latter shows Tommy cradling his bruised cheek, alongside the words "he has". This is followed by the sentence "making bonfires of your possessions becomes routine after that". To it's side, there's an image of Dream gently holding one of Tommy's hands with both of his, but with a suffocating yellow string wrapped around them. Accompanying this is "and you cozy up to the man who paints you so beautifully bruised", succeeded by "as he cradles an arm around your neck and tells you ghost stories". Next to this is a fire, and a vast amount of smoke. The last line is "(the ghost is you)", which has a faded silhouette of Tommy above it.
Image three: The third page of a digital comic about TommyInnit. There is the number three in Roman numerals at the beginning, and the line "you are tired of coming up empty when you try to find love". Next to this, Tommy's hands are clasped together around a white heart which has smoke flowing off of it. The writing continues "so this time you'll grab on tight even if it burns". To it's side, there's Dream and Tommy hugging with an explosion behind them, Tommy grasping his hoodie desperately. Then, it says "so now, you start to find comfort in this molten landscape", alongside a panel of lava and a bouquet of roses and poppies. At the edge of the panel, Tommy is curled up, face obscured. The page ends with "(don't you remember what happened to Icarus?)".
Image four: The fourth page of a digital comic about TommyInnit. Firstly, there's the Roman numeral for four and then "the envelopes are sent out and you know deep down that they are only cries for help". To it's right, there's a pool of lava with envelopes floating above it, stained with blue. Then, the phrase "an invitation for them to prove your solitude invalid" is written, next to a sign that says "Logsteadshire population: 1". There's also a cake with one candle and a knife lodged into it, along with a cracked egg. Then, it says "he smothers your desperate screams and you thank him for shutting you up", surrounded by a rain filled background, a nether portal and a trident. Finally, there's two unfilled chairs at the bottom and the sentence "(the chairs are empty and there's no one to tell you he's wrong)".
Image five: The fifth page of a digital comic about TommyInnit. It starts with the corresponding Roman numeral, and says then "you opperate best inbetween the lines of victory and complete and utter defeat". This is sandwiched between an image of Tommy proudly holding up the Cat disc in his L'manberg uniform, and one of Tommy in his exile attire, downtrodden. Next to the former, there's a carrot, and above both there's a bloody arrow, again with neon blood. Underneath, there's a pitch black box with white text saying "it is a vast landscape and so very empty". Then, there's the line "no one ever visits", accompanied by Ghostbur's dye and Jack's Glasses both melting, and Dream using bloody scissors to cut through an Allium. Below, there's Dream holding a trident in front of a sunny but cloudy background, and finally the words "well, except for your messiah; your saviour (your captor)".
Image six: The sixth page of a digital comic about TommyInnit. The Roman numeral for six is what begins it, and the line "your suicide not is called How To Sex 3", which is above the book in question. This writing is continued with "it's role is not official of course" and "that would make it real". Two panels are near this, one of Tommy sleepwalking in the sea, and one of him standing on a ledge above lava. Then, there's a a picture of a widely smiling but distressed Tommy, waving. This is next to the line "but this court deems you it's jester nonetheless and this is the last laugh". Following this is two zoomed in panels of Tommy's mouth, face sweaty and, in the last, bloody. Finally, there's his Your Tubbo compass and the sentence "(it is a high and strained spectacle and you wish so deeply you had someone to share it with)".
Image seven: The seventh page of a digital comic about TommyInnit. The seventh Roman numeral starts this. Then, it's says "it's fine" and "it's always fine". This is near a drawing of Tommy smiling, and multiple panels of Tommy digging through dirt. Underneath, there's a panel of one of the Logsteadshire structures, an explosion with smoke, and a poppy. Also, a dirty shovel and the Mellohi disc. The poem carries on "you've made you're grave and you'll lie in it" and then "besides, he gets you to make your bed each visit". This is succeeded by Dream with an arm around Tommy, before saying "and the effort almost makes this casket comfy". After this, it follows "but if you're being honest, for once, you'd prefer your corpse without these confines". There is a poppy again, and the phrase "laid freely in the ground". There's two panels here, one of Tommy laying in a field, the other of him laying in a trench. Both have their eyes closed. The page ends with "(you don't know how to live outside of war)" and a coffin, one nail sticking up.
Image eight: The eighth page of a digital comic about TommyInnit. It starts with the corresponding Roman numeral and a Mooshroom. It seems peaceful, but there is a pool of blood beneath it. The first line is "your pet cow dies on the day of your reckoning", which is above a mushroom which has an explosion behind it. The next sentence is "and you deem It your most dire day alive". Then, this is followed by "you don't mourn this fallen friend, however," and a panel full of graves. The one at the centre is blank. There's a lit stick of TNT below this panel. Writing is continued with "because your pet cow dies on the day of your reckoning and on this wretched day it's not even the worst thing". Finally, there's a fullbody picture of Tommy from exile, face obscured with a neon red. There's is a cloud of smoke behind him, and Dream. The last line is "(what's another misfortune?)".
Image nine: The ninth page of a digital comic about TommyInnit. It begins with the ninth Roman numeral. The page says "there is nothing poetic here and it is so high up that not even fate can reach far enough". Most of the page's space is taken up by a drawing of Tommy standing on his dirt tower, one shoe missing and one slightly bloody. Clouds circle the structure, and in its written "(just keep telling yourself that)".
Image ten: The final page of a digital comic about TommyInnit. It has the Roman numeral for ten, and then a shoe with a blood splatter below it's heel. The first sentence is "who cares about the bug they squash beneath their heel unless it's poisonous". Then, there's a Clubiona Corticalis spider, a dandelion and three hearts, one blackened. This is accompanied by the line "who cares that it scurries away unless they know that it'll come back to bite". To it's side, there's a pair of handcuffs, the Cat disc, and a panel of water. Tommy is above this panel, holding dandelions and Mellohi, while looking geniunely happy. The line for this section says "and who cares about the lonely boy on a barren island unless they know there's something there worth killing". At the bottom, there's the Your Tubbo compass atop a cloudy background. Finally, the comic ends by saying "(unless unless unless there's still hope)".
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